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The Making of “Hero” from Miguel Endara on Vimeo.
Stippling is an artform created using just small dots, and talented artists – like Miguel Endara – can make their works appear shaded and even lifelike.
For his piece ‘Hero‘, which depicts his father squished up against glass (maybe a photocopy machine?!), Endara used a pen to create 3.2 million ink dots.
But to truly appreciate the amount of effort that has gone into ‘Hero’, watch the short, behind-the-scenes video (below).
The artwork took a full year to complete, with Endara logging 210 hours of just stippling.
And believe it or not, Endara used just one pen throughout the entire work (a Sakura …